“I went to class, I worked, and I played rugby.”
This is how Eleanor Jaffe sums up her four years at the University of Vermont (UVM). It may seem like too simple a recap, but each of those areas of college life held countless memorable experiences for Eleanor.
A tour of UVM brought Eleanor ’23 to the northeastern U.S. for the first time. Eleanor grew up in...
Each spring, for 22 years, undergraduates have teamed up with faculty and staff in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont (UVM) to advance energy efficiency and greening of the School, its buildings, and its vehicle fleet.
In recent years it has become increasingly common that on some of the hottest days of the summer, the freshwater lakes and ponds that we rely on to cool down are closed due to dangerous cyanobacterial blooms.
- UVM Ranks 13th in Princeton Review's Guide to Green Colleges
- New Mapping Tool Identifies Vermont's Environmentally Vulnerable Populations
- Rubenstein Seniors and First Years Share Learning at Rock Point
- Marjorie McWilliams Connects Natural Resources Major with a Community Career
- Migrant Workers Vital to Vermont Dairy Industry, Need More Social and Medical Support
- NR 2 Students Track Wildlife at Jericho Research Forest
- New Nature Lover? It’s a COVID-19 Side Effect
- Capturing Coyote Stories
- Bindu Panikkar Honored for Her Work to Advance Environmental Health
- Lianne Parmalee Pursues Lifelong Passion for Water to a Post-Graduation Job
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